Swedish pension company invests in green municipal bond

The investment has been made through a private placement in a green bond issued by Sweden’s fifth largest town.

KPA Pension CEO Camilla Larsson | Photo: PR / KPA Pension

Swedish pension company KPA Pension, which is part of the Folksam Group and handles occupational pensions for municipal and regional employees, is investing SEK 500m in a green bond.

The investment has been made through a so-called private placement which means the bond is issued specifically for KPA. The issuer is the municipality of Linköping, Sweden’s fifth largest town.

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